Business News

Flutes & Rocks Lounge reinvents a classic

The former Krystal’s Champagne Lounge has a new look and new owners.

Workshop on self-publishing is Jan. 21

Aspiring authors can learn how to become their own publisher during an upcoming workshop at the Camas Public Library.

McCauley appoints deputy county manager

Acting County Manager Mark McCauley has named Bob Stevens as the first deputy county manager under the home rule charter approved by voters in November.

WSU invites STEM businesses to career and internship fair

Non-profit, government and science, technology, engineering and math businesses are invited to exhibit at the Washington State University Vancouver Career and Internship Fair.

A veritable feast

Families are welcome at FEAST316.

Antique & Collectible Show is this weekend

A variety of vintage clothing, glassware, silverware and antique radios will be available to view and purchase at the Clark County Event Center.

Bunco to be played at Camas restaurant

Area residents who enjoy playing bunco have a new place to play the games.

County now accepts bank cards for marriage licenses, recording documents

Clark County customer service agents are now accepting major credit and debit cards to issue marriage licenses, record documents and provide copies of official documents in accordance with state law.

Ken Fisher to speak at economic forecast breakfast Jan. 22

The founder, chief executive officer and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments will be the keynote speaker at an annual economic forecast breakfast.

Christmas tree disposal options available

Many Clark County households are wrapping up the holiday season and getting ready to recycle natural Christmas trees.